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city facing a doomsday scenario. >>> steve jobs, the iphone, the ipad and this. >> i'm a mac. and i'm a pc. >> tonight, the man who started apple with jobs, the legendary steve wozniak. is this the last gasp of moammar gadhafi? >> do not leave tripoli. fight them. destroy them. >> rebels advance in tripoli. this is "piers morgan tonight." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good evening. my one-on-one with steve wozniak is coming up. >>> but first, estimates the storm could cause a stunning $11 billion in damage. if it continues on its current path. tonight, with this monster growing stronger, governors all the way from north carolina to connecticut have already declared states of emergency. amtrak is canceling trains south of washington, airlines are canceling flights. new york may shut down the subways on saturday. millions of people preparing for the worst of a storm. today, wind gusts up to 115 miles an hour. threatens to dump 15 inches of rain as it charges up the east coast. cnn is covering this story from every angle. i want to bring in jim spellman, live in the bahamas
>>> i'm isha sesay with a 360 news and bulletin. steve jobs is bowing out as ceo of apple and his resignation letter, he said he could no longer live out his expectations as ceo. jobs has been on medical leave since january. he'll stay on as apple's chairman and be succeeded as former operating officer tim kirk. >>> and another office may have reopened after the east coast quake, however, the washington monument will stay closed until engineers prepare cracks at the top. >> that's it. thanks for watching. >>> tonight, breaking news, steve jobs resigns as ceo of apple. what this means to the company that changed the world. the latest stunning developments. >>> and gathering storms in the atlantic. hurricane irene bigger and stronger, bearing down on the east coast. where will it hit? winds over 100 miles an hour, what it will do to a city like new york. >>> on the other side of the world, battles still raging in tripoli. moammar gadhafi forces going house to house. is this the colonel's last stand? we'll ask cnn's sara sidner, what's it like to be in the middle of the chaos. >> mor
>>> breaking news. steve jobs has resigned as ceo of apple. he said he could no longer meet his duties and expectations as ceo. he has been on medical leave since january. he'll stay on as apple's chairman. the company's former chief operating officer, tim cook, will take over as apple's ceo. >>> the washington monument is cracked and closed, but other monuments in the nation's capitol have reopened, following yesterday's rare magnitude 5.8 earthquake on the east coast. authorities say the washington monument may not open to the public until after engineers fix the cracks at the top. >>> and gathering storms in the atlantic. hurricane irene bigger and stronger, bearing down on the east coast. where it will hit. winds over 100 miles an hour, what it will do to a city like new york. >>> on the other side of the world, battles still raging in tripoli. moammar gadhafi forces going house to house. is this the colonel's last stand. sara sidner, what's it like to be in the middle of the chaos. this is "piers morgan tonight." tonight's breaking news. steve jobs stepping down as ceo of a
tonight. >>> tonight, breaking news, steve jobs re signs as ceo of apple. what this means to the company that changed the world. the latest stunning developments. >>> and gathering storms in the atlantic. hurricane irene bigger and stronger, bearing down on the east coast. where it will hit. winds over 100 miles an hour, what it will do to a city like new york. >>> on the other side of the world, battles still raging in tripoli. moammar gadhafi forces going house to house. is this the colonel's last stand. sara sidner, what's it like to be in the middle of the chaos. this is "piers morgan tonight." tonight's breaking news. steve jobs stepping down as ceo of apple. joe, is this a surprise, lots of speculation about steve jobs' future because of his health? what's your view? >> the only real surprise is that it happened tonight, really. he's been sick for a long time. he has not looked well, obviously, in appearances recently. everybody he's had a liver transplant, a tumor on his pancreas. so his health, one assumes has been deteriorating, and there is a certain kind of sad
at the tripoli hotel. cnn's chaunce was one of them. steve jobs will step down. jobs is on his third medical leave of absence. he didn't mention his health problems directly but he said the time has come to resign. >>> portions of the u.s. east coast are likely to be under a hurricane watch in just a few hours. hurricane irene is tearing through the bahamas right now with sustained winds at 160 miles an hour. it could hit the populated, northeast this weekend. those are the top stories. i'm zain veer gee. "world business today" starts now. >> an ipod, a phone. are you getting it? >>> the innovator steve jobs steps down as ceo of apple. we'll look at the company's future under new leadership. hello. i'm andrew stevens in hng kong. >> and i'm nina dos santos in london. you're watching "world business today." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> let's start with the markets. they were higher for your the second or third trading day. let's look at where they stand at the moment. we've got the heaviest gains comes. the cac 40 in france up the most and germany up to a tune of 1%. the ftse sti
of breaking campaign contribution laws. >>> steve jobs, the matter mooind behind the iphone, ipad and other gats that rocked the world is resigning as ceo of apple. how he broke the news and who stepping up as apple's next chief executive is next. but here is our quote of the day. here's the quote. there are gonna be heads exploding all over washington. find out who said this and why. that's coming your way in 90 seconds. [ dog ] i have a gut feeling i am gonna ace this checkup. my vet thinks my insides are in mint condition. [ female announcer ] vets agree, a healthy checkup starts inside. our breakthrough iams premium protection formula is developed with vets with cutting edge ingredients for the lifelong health of your pet. [ dog ] healthy inside and out. come on, up high! [ female announcer ] iams premium protection. our most advanced iams nutrition. ever. [ dog ] i am an iams dog. ♪ woof. discover aveeno positively radiant tinted moisturizers with scientifically proven soy complex and natural minerals. give you sheer coverage instantly, then go on to even skin tone in four weeks. ave
desperate by the second. >>> the end of an era at am. i'm carol costello. steve jobs, creator force behind apple, resigns. what will this mean for the company? the change the way you live on this "american morning." >>> good morning to you. it is thursday, august 25. welcome to "american morning." every day, it has been something else. something big happening. >> we want it to stop. >> i know. i need a flashlight, batteries. >> this hurricane is dodging all over the place. it is making landfall someplace. >> through the bahamas right now. east coast of the united states trying to figure out where it could land. category 3 storm delivering powerful blows to the southeastern and central islands. it is 115-mile-per-hour winds, heavy rains causing extensive damage. in some cases ripping homes right off of their foundations. now irene is making its way towards nassau. jim spelman is there with the latest. obviously you are getting blown around there. tell us what the late southwest on the ground. >> reporter: hey, christine. high of irene is 80 miles away from nassau. getting pounded all night.
are worried about the company without steve jobs at the top. jobs says he cannot longer run apple day-to-day. he will remain as the board chairman. jobs has a rare form of pancreatic cancer. he brought apple from near bankruptcy with the iconic brand of ipod and ipad and itunes. >> anybody in the world in clothing or automobile can learn from apple. >> apple's chief operating officer tim cook will takeover for steve jobs. >>> a 4.5 aftershock rattled mineral, virginia today. near where the earthquake hit tuesday. the washington monument will be closed to tourists indefinitely. the quake left cracks in the stone. engineers say the national cathedral is structurally sound, but three of the four spires were snapped and caused cracks in the limestone exterior. >>> american air says they will inspect the jet ways at los angeles international airport. one jetway collapsed last night. a pilot and passenger tumbled ten feet on the concrete tarmac. they have neck and back injuries. >>> usually the judge throws the book at the defendant, but this defendant threw something at the judge. june car
with the president's former top economic adviser, larry summers, and the ceo of forbes, inc., steve forbes. then washington from afar with california governor jerry brown. >> the washington of today is suffering and experiencing a governability crisis. >> and the week seen through the prism of 2012 politics with former obama adviser aknee that dunn and former republican congress tom davis. plus, retired admiral mike mcconnell on the looming dangers of international cyber attacks. i'm candy crowley, and this is "state of the union." a better than expected jobs report was the only upbeat economic note this week, and it was pushed off the front pages when one of the three big credit ratings, standard & poor's, downgraded the u.s. government's credit rating, the first time that's ever happened. >> it's a matter of the medium and long-term budget position of the united states that needs to be brought under control, not the immediate fiscal position, it's the one that centers on entitlements and its entitlement reform or having the matching revenues to pay for those entitlements. that's at the c
, with larry summers, and steve forbes. and then washington from afar with california governor, jerry brown. >> the washington of today is suffering and experiencing a crisis. >> and then plus, retired admiral, mike mcconnell, on the looming dangers of international cyber attacks. i am candy crowley, and this is state of the union. a better than expected jobs report was the only upbeat economic note this week, and it was downgraded. that's the first time that ever happened. >> it's a matter of the medium and long-term budget position of the united states that needs to be brought under control, not the immediate fiscal position, it's the one that centers on entitlements and its entitlement reform or having the matching revenues to match the entitlements. >> we have treasury secretary under president lynn clinton, and steve forbes, the president and ceo of forbes ing, and a former presidential candidate. thank you both. i cannot think of two men better to try and explain to me what to make of the downgrading of the u.s. government's credit rating. let's start with you, steve. >> i think in a
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's not keeping his eye on expansion plans. in new york, the brewer steve hindy is pushing through various upgrades to allow him to ramp up production. you guessed it. it's time for "the boss." >>> previously on "the boss," leading from the front, steve hindy hits the streets of brooklyn to find out what is sapping sales. >> hey, steve. >> i don't know evidently i don't think there is a problem. i just think we have to work harder and be more persistent. >> in macaw, proud and joy as francis lui opens his casino resorts. >> definitely is my firstborn child. i love it. >> good morning, good morning everyone. >> reporter: francis lui is breathing a sigh of relief. the casino he's worked on for so long has opened without a hitch. >> it has exceeded everybody's expectation. we had the right product at the right time. >> reporter: francis takes a moment to let his executive team know they've done well. >> i think in general, i think we've aced it. >> reporter: as the vice chairman he doesn't dwrel on the achievements for too long. he knows this the real work is only just beginning. >> this is j
in this country. let's get to it. elsie granderson, a cnn.com columnist and steve perry an education contributor. the latest act scores show only one in four high school graduates is ready for college. the test used for college admissions shows only 66% of the 2011 class met the benchmark for english. 45% for math. 30% for science. so steve, do these figures accurately reflect student preparedness? >> it absolutely does reflect how prepared students are because if it were the a.c.t. in and of itself we may be able to write it off. at least one third, one third of children going into college are taking remedial classes. in addition to that, we can look at the state standardized examinations in addition to some of the internationally normalized standardized examinations and what we're finding is that american students are simply not prepared for college. >> elsie, as students prepare to go back to school, many teachers are not, brutal budgeting season this summer has left most of america in pretty education dire straits. at least 34 states and district of columbia cutting aid from k to 12 schools,
in the business world to tell you about. steve jobs steps aside as apple's ceo. we'll hear who's in line to replace the long-time leader. >>> and hurricane irene batters the dominican republic, is over the bahamas and is heading towards the united states. full coverage of all these stories is straight ahead. -- captions by vitac -- >>> battles, bounty and an offer to broker a ceasefire. we begin this hour with developments from libya. fighting continues to rage in the capital as rebels take on pockets of resistance. gunfire can be heard in the streets. >> clearly intense scenes playing out there. among the hot spots, the tripoli airport which has seen some of the most intense fighting. rebels are in control there, but they're now fighting gadhafi loyalists just east of it. >>> one thing we're not seeing, any sign of this man, muammar gadhafi. but a benghazi businessman is hoping to change that. he's offered a $2.5 million bounty. and now one of gadhafi's sons is looking to negotiate a ceasefire to save tripoli from what he says will end up being a sea of blood. well, saadi gadhafi has of
be this avoided next time? and as steve jobs exits the company he co-founded, we'll take a look at the man who will be the new head of apple. stand by, you're in "the situation room." >>> fire and smoke and shelves flying. that's the scene of the tripoli international airport. one of the battlegrounds where pro-gadhafi forces are making a last stand. cnn's arwa damon is the only western journalist at the airport. >> we're up on the control tower. we have to stay a bit low because the rebels cia a sniper shooting at them. we wanted to show you this. that smoldering airplane. this airport complex has been bombarded relentlessly by gadhafi loyalists using various kinds of artillery and brad rockets. if we come over to this side, you can actually hear the sounds of explosions, gunfire. but if we move around, you can see even more of the wreckage that has been caused by the gadhafi loyalists, assault on this airport complex. now, if we come over to the other side of the air control tower, you can see the wreckage of an aircraft that was hit overnight. and the rebels say that the assault on this air
promising candidacies. at state fair in des moines tonight a longtime conservative activist steve and our chief political correspondent, candy crowley. candy, i want to start with you and, yes, i want to start with the not so surprised visit i will call of sarah palin. she section, oh, shucks, go pay attention to the others but she was clearly, clearly tried to say, i'm still here. >> reporter: yes. and, as a matter of fact, a long time observer of iowa, he knows a few things about iowa politics and he said listen, i think she's going to get in. i mean, why else would you show up here? i'd only say to that, because right now sarah palin's job basically is, you know, speeches and raising money for her pact and staying visible certainly helps that. but she gives out all of the signals that she's going to run and that she sure is thinking about it. i think most of the betting is that she won't but she likes to leave that door open for a lot of reasons, i think. >> steve scheffler i know that you were watching last night and one of the big dynamics is the minnesota governor tim pawlenty needs
york city? john zarrella looks at the worst possible scenario. >> reporter: steve and debbie o'sullivan and their three children live in queens, new york. a trank will setting. >> we used to play out in them. >> reporter: what's changed? >> katrina. >> reporter: the o'sullivans, whose house sits one block from the ocean are thinking about stocking up on hurricane supplies. >> i really am seriously considering getting more supplies of water and dry goods. it is a worry for me. i mean, he's not as worried as i am. >> reporter: there may be good reason for certain. new york city hasn't experienced a big hurricane since 1938. wtd increase in hurricane activity combined with the law of averages, many experts believe another major storm may be coming and soon. >> is it going to be a slow rise? >> yeah, yeah, it's going to come up slowly b-the rate you fill a bathtub. >> reporter: coast algae gist in this case nick koch he believes it could be cat strfk. >> the most dangerous thing in new york is the new yorker. the new yorker thinks they've been tested by everything, but very few nos
phone or any apple product. just moments ago cnn confirmed that steve jobs has resigned as apple's ceo, its chief operation officer tim cook is taking over. our poppy harlow of cnnmoney join us now with the very latest details. poppy, at the crux of this, this may be a sad story about a man who is too ill to carry on, we don't know, because we have been told that he will still have a big function in the company, but what can you tell us about this and what it may mean for the apple brand? >> absolutely, candy. it's important to note that the letter that steve jobs just issued to the apple board of directors and the apple community, that is who he sent it to, it's very short, and he said, i hereby resign as ceo of apple. and he said i would like to serve as the board sees fit as chairman of the board, director and -- as chairman of the board, so he's saying that he would like to stay on. clearly if you read through the lines, there are concerns about what does this mean for steve jobs' health. you remember he was diagnosed with cancer a while ago, that he took a leave of absence. he then cam
congressman steve king, and analysis of neal king of the wall street journal. >>> good morning -- >> once again, former governor, tim pawlenty, is pulling out of the race. he will no longer be a republican candidate for president. this after placing third in the iowa poll yesterday. we want to bring in our peter hamby, a political correspondent for us. what led to this? was it third place? >> absolutely a third place finish. his staff privately in the weeks running up to the straw poll knew they needed a first or strong second place finish to prove to the donors and supporters that their campaign was not stalled, and he was myered in single digits. late last night pawlenty organized a conference call with supporters, and staff, and that call happened this morning and i am told by a source on the call, he will later today announce the end of his campaign, and he told his staff, quote, we needed a boost from aims that did not happen." that's the word this morning, and unfortunately pawlenty was not able to gain traction in iowa. he joined the race 150 days ago and michele bachmann jumped in
. it did it end up losing ground on wednesday in reaction to the resignation of steve jobs as the company's ceo. you'll remember in the pre-markets, the losses for apple were up on to 7% at one stage, but they did narrow and once trading started, the buyers were there. shares finishing less than 1% lower on on thursday. jobs of course an inspiration to many people including the company's co-founder, steve wozniak. here's what he told piers morgan about his former boss. >> after seef met me and we compared ourselves, what pranks we had pulled and what electronic -- what we'd done in electronics, and i come up with some very strange genius computer design, i didn't even think i'd ever have a job doing it, so after steve met me, never ride to be the designer of the pair. he went more global. he always thought in terms of products. how will they affect people. it's in the how do you connect a few chips together, it's what are they going to do that's useful. it'sing point. and the end user should always be number one. >> he also did think of the end user before wozniak was pretty reluctant to
and herman cain. then the view from an influential iowa conservative, congressman steve king, and analysis with philip rucker of "the washington post" and neil king of "the wall street journal." i'm candy crowley in ames, iowa, and this is "state of the union." the big story this morning, former minnesota governor tim pawlenty drops out from his presidential bid. he told his staff on a conference call and then spoke on abc's "this week." >> it's been a great honor for mary and me and our team to convey the message of trying to get this country back on track, and i think it is off track, but bringing my record forward as a two-term governor of a blue state, doing things like getting government spending under control, doing health care reform the right way and much more. obviously that message didn't get the kind of traction or lift we needed or hoped for coming out of the ames straw poll. we needed to get some lift and continue on and have a pathway forward. that didn't happen, so i'm announcing this morning on your show that i'm going to be ending my campaign for president. but i'm very, v
who you think everybody finds funny. >> steve carrel. >> you're right. that's true. >> any women? >> i win. >> women? >> well, yeah. there are. tina fey. >> okay. she and steve carrel. >> let's end on a happy note. let's play a clip from your show because it will get me out of this terrible hole i dug. >> if you have time -- >> you know what, i don't have any time. i have eight accounts here at clark and west and i have 30 people on managing and a whiney domestic partner. >> so you're gay? >> no, i'm manually but i'm not gay and i don't want to marry him because i can't take on one more thing. i don't have the time. i'm swamped. i'm haven't taken a deep breath since 1988. i don't have to have a snack. i haven't had a leisurely dump in the last ten years. i'm wearing a colostomy bag right now. >> i can't imagine anyone that watches that that doesn't laugh at lisa kudrow. >> thank you. >> so there's three. steve carell. >> you've just given me a moment. >> that's another dream come true. >>> coming up, a generation's guilty pleasure. beverly hill's "90210." my interview with jason priest
da sees, at the state fair, steve and our chief political correspondent, candy crowley. candy, i want to start with you and, yes, i want to start with the not so surprised visit i will call of sarah palin. she section, oh, shucks, go pay attention to the others but she was clearly trying to say, i'm still here? >> reporter: yes. as a matter of fact, a long time observer of iowa, he knows a few things about iowa politics and he said listen, i think she's going to get in. why else would you show up here? i would only say to that because right now sarah palin's job is speeches and raises money for her pact say staying visible certainly helps that. i think most of the betting is that she won't. >> i know you were watching last night. one of the big dynamics is that tim pawlenty needs to win iowa and michele bachmann needs to win iowa. i want you to listen to the debate that we'll call "minnesota spice". >> it's an undisputable fact that in congress her record of accomplishment and results is nonexistent. >> governor, when you were governor in minnesota, you i implemented cap and trade and
. steve jobs, the co-founder and ceo of apple is stepping down. he's been on medical leave recently. he says, i have always said if there ever came a day when i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple's ceo, i would be the first to let you know. unfortunately that day has come. >>> more on this, and more tonight, when 360 continues.ra . give you sheer coverage instantly, then go on to even skin tone in four weeks. aveeno tinted moisturizers. if you don't have airplay.e,e in four weeks. which makes it easy to play music from your phone, on your stereo or see the photos you've taken on your tv. and if you want to share your favorite movie, that's easy too. airplay. just one more thing that makes an iphone and iphone. [ male announcer ] you never know when a moment might turn into something more. and when it does men with erectile dysfunction can be more confident in their ability to be ready with cialis for daily use. cialis for daily use is a clinically proven low-dose tablet you take every day, so you can be ready anytime the moment's right. ♪ [ man ] tell your doctor
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, breaking news out of silicon valley, steve jobs, co-founder and ceo of apple is stepping down. he's been on medical leave recently. in a letter to the board he says, "i have always said if there ever came a day when i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple's ceo i would be the first to let you know. unfortunately, that day has come". more on this and other stories tonight when "360" continues. ♪ [ female announcer ] we're throwing away misperceptions about natural gas vehicles. more of the vehicles that fuel our lives use clean american natural gas today. it costs about 40 percent less than gasoline, so why aren't we using it even more? start a conversation about using more natural gas vehicles in your community. [ mrs. davis ] i want to find a way to break through. to make science as exciting as a video game. i need to reach peter, who's falling behind. and push janet who's 6 chapters ahead. ♪ [ male announcer ] with interactive learning solutions from dell, mrs. davis can make education a little more personal. so every student feels like her only student. dell. th
be unconstitutional. joining me now to talk about this on today's stream team, from connecticut, steve perry, cnn education reporter and principal of the capital preparatory school, from new york, pete dominick, host of stand up on sirius xm and from new jersey, paul callen, cnn legal contributor and criminal defense attorney. as a principal, steve, let me start with you, what do you think about this law? >> i think it is a law that just takes up a lot of time but doesn't necessarily do anything to positively impact wait education occurs. technology is a significant reason why education will improve and we need to embrace it and find the ways to do so. >> pete, what do you think? >> well, first of all this law comes from the same state senator who a few weeks back wanted to roll back child labor flaws their state but it's good see the state senators there are really focus old jobs. listen, this is definitely a first amendment issue and what it doesn't outlaw is talking to students privately, writing them note, calling them on the phone, text messaging, i think steve perry can tell you this is the
to h whereabouts. first isha sesay. >>> stunning news, breaking news out of silicon valley, steve jobs, co-founder and ceo of apple is stepping down. he's been on medical leave recently. in a letter to the board he says, "i have always said if there ever came a day when i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple's ceo i would be the first to let you know. unfortunately, that day has come". more on this and other stories tonight when "360" continues. vrrooom...vrrroooomm vroom vrrooom vrrroooomm vrrroooomm vrroom vrrrooomm vrrroooooooommmmmm mmmm mm. toi switched to a complete0, multivitamin with more. only one a day women's 50+ advantage has ginkgo for memory and concentration, plus support for bone and breast health. a great addition to my routine. [ female announcer ] one a day women's. a mouthwatering combination of ingredients...e for you! i know you're gonna love. [ barks ] yes, it's new beneful healthy fiesta. made with wholesome grains, real chicken, even accents of tomato and avocado. yeah! come on! [ barking ] gotta love the protein for muscles-- whoo-hoo! and
-- responsibility. what's your policy? >>> breaking news now. cnn conferming that steve jobs the ceo of apple incorporated resigns his position. we do know he has been ill for sometime reportedly with pan cre attic cancer. the official statement coming out to cnn and other news organizations. steve jobs, the trail blazing ceo of apple has resigned. we will be hearing a lot more about that in the coming days. kate baldwin with the other top stories. >> other news we are following this hour, a russian space freighter carrying supplies for the space station has crashed. russian officials say the unmanned spacecraft went down in an area shortly after take off. crews are headed to the crash site to assess damage on the ground. officials say there enough supplies on board the space station to last until the next mission in october. rattled nerves after a strong earthquake. the 6.8 magnitude quake was centered 150 miles from lima with brazil. so far no reports of injuries or damage. that's good news so far. facebook is making major changes to its privacy settings. when users add content like a photo
more american entrepreneurs and businessmen should be doing? there's steve jobs. he's a genius. he has these amazing ideas. he gets a brilliant design team around him. he has as jack welsh points out, a brilliant system of delivery for his products. he gets it out there. fast and efficiently. and he sells it around you go to china or india or europe. there are apples products, piled high. beautiful quality, incredibly reliable and they're available to all, selling like hot cakes and he is a brilliant marketeer, too. that kind of thing that america needs so much more of. identifying products to the whole world. >> it is happening in small ways. i've met so many start-up entrepreneurs all around the country. it is much harder for them to make it work now. but it is still happening. that's for me, the hope for the future. as a greek, as a naturalized american, as a double dose of optimism. viewers depressed. that sense of ingenuity. that entrepreneurial spirit is very much alive. what we need to do is to overcome the dysfunctional nature of our government at the moment that is really gett
from cnn london. i'm charles hobson. >>> very good afternoon from cnn hong kong. i'm andrew steve ens. welcome to world business today. the top stories this monday, august 15th. >> a sense of optimism returns to the markets for now. the german and french leaders meet on tuesday. what else lies ahead. >> where does the u.s. economy grow and how does it grow from here? two top economists give their take. >> there's a sign of strength in london's luxury property market like houses like this one in high demand. >> the rich are different. well, it is the start of a new week. after a wild ride of the past six trading sessions, investors in europe and asia have stealed themselves and plunged back into the market. most leading into -- the question on everyone's minds is whether we're in for a repeat performance of the enormous volatility we saw last week. it's going to be some things to watch today. one is a key meeting this week between nicolas sarkozy and his counterpart on tuesday. talks will focus on closer financial cooperation among the euro zone countries. pressure is mounting on this
that and some of his policy out looks. we will talk to steve king, who is an influential tea party congressman from iowa and get his take on what happened. i will talk to a couple colleagues and the wall street post. >> it was all about iowa, and so many eyes and cameras were on texas, and governor rick perry. he played this thing pretty brilliantly. >> sure. i mean, one of the oldest tricks in the political campaign book is if you can't make a headline yourself that day, get in on somebody else's headline, or their dateline. and that's exactly what rick perry did. this was not, you know, a long plan and then suddenly they looked and said that's the same day as the straw poll. the question is, did that hurt him here in iowa, and steve king will say that does hurt him, and people think he tried to take a limelight away, which he did. there's a long time between now and the iowa caucuses. i don't think it hurts him in the long run, but maybe in the short run people are grumble about it, and he saw the advantage and he took it. >> we're looking forward to seeing you in 14 minutes, "state of the u
, mama. and went off just as happy as he could be. >> steve branch, christopher byers and michael moore were all last seen right here on this street. and they were doing what 8-year-old boys would normally do, they were playing, having fun, and riding their bikes back in that direction toward where the woods used to be. but that was the last time they were seen alive. and no one is sure what happened next. they never came home. families and neighbors searched frantically through the night as pam hobbs feared the worst. >> you had to be just beside yourself. >> oh, i was. i was going hysterical. my heart was in my stomach. and i knew the worst had taken place. perfect combinations. ♪ i was thinking that i hope this never ends ♪ ♪ yeah, i was just thinking ♪ i hope this will never end everyone has been waiting for -- the dodge durango versus the ford explorer. two titans of the s.u.v. world. which has the strength? which has the power? which has the ability to... oh, geez. [ screeching ] the s.u.v. is back. right now, get $2,000 cash allowance or 0% apr financing on the 2011 dodge
, a private dinner party with jack nicholson, john hamm, steve martin. >> john hamm is not really a celebrity. >> he's the biggest one out there. >> whatever. who else? >> steve martin, funniest guy, michaels and, my god, when it comes to movies, literally. >> he really is. he's a legend. >> he is fun. at a private dinner party as i would hope he is? >> yes, meaning he has moment where's he's kind of nutty and then super intelligent and then funny. you know, it was a full package. it was definitely a pinch myself moment. >> did you give him a lap dance? >> yes. and he gave me one and then it was 3:00 in the morning. >> you put yourself around too much. nicholson last night, me tonight. >> you're in good company. we were discussing about how in the world of social media, what kind of photo would get out there that could get you in trouble. >> yes. >> and in my case, there's no such thing. meaning there's nothing i could say that wouldn't frankly help my business. there's no photo out there. i could be doing anything improper with you or anyone you know and it would boost sales. >> cooper, you
about this with steve forbes, right? >> yes, with steve foernz, as you know is ahead of forbes inc., and we will talk to larry summers who used to be the top economic adviser for president obama, and ask them what it all means. over the weekend i spoke to a couple of folks at the white house and they are angry at s&p. i mean, it is -- it's quite obvious. they think in the administration that s&p did this to make a name for itself, to get itself in the headlines. you hear terms like getting their 15 minutes of fame. it's a vanity walk. we will bring these two guys in and say what does it mean, and what do you think is behind it. what does it mean to you and me and the markets, and that kind of thing. we also talked to california governor, jerry brown, because he has a state hard to wrestle to the ground, and we'll get his perspective on washington that is really interesting, and we will talk about the cyber space attacks and the idea that you china, perhaps, has been hacking into u.s. government systems as well as into the big systems of corporations, and mike mcconnell will be a gu
woods. the man whose back we see there is this man. this is steve williams, 12 years on tiger's bag, 72 wins including 13 major championships. recently dumped by tiger. now working for sunday's winner, adam scott. and judging by his remarks, steve williams is not happy with mr. woods. listen. >> i was absolutely shocked that i got the boot to be honest with you. i catered to the guy for 13 years, incredibly loyal to the guy and i got short shifted. very disappointing. >> when steve was your guy, he never talked to the media or very rarely talked to the media after an event. last week he said a lot of things, were you surprised by that? >> yeah. >> mike three in the front please. >> that was tiger woods. sort of speaking today from the atlanta athletic cup. i guess you could say tiger has been pretty tight lipped about the divorce from steve williams, would you say? >> yeah, it's been typical tiger, i would say. he's been an exhert at averting the questions. he addressed it without addressing it. caddies do get fired all the time, but in steve williams' defense, this became a real person
said to you? >> i love you, mama. and went off just as happy as he could be. >> steve branch, christopher byers and michael moore were all last seen right here on this street. and they were doing what 8-year-old boys would normally do, they were playing, having fun, and riding their bikes back in that direction toward where the woods used to be. but that was the last time they were seen alive. and no one is sure what happened next. they never came home. families and neighbors searched frantically through the night as pam hobbs feared the worst. >> you had to be just beside yourself. >> oh, i was. i was going hysterical. my heart was in my stomach. and i knew the worst had taken place. the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood. i have a dream today! [ male announcer ] chevrolet is honored to celebrate the unveiling of the washington, d.c., martin luther king jr. memorial. take your seat at the table on august 28th. [ male announcer ] you never know when a moment might turn into something more. an
-washington sentiment into political advantage? two obama 2008 veterans are with us, steve, i want to go out to you first. the president is in the midwest. i want to walk over to the map. this one strikes me. watching where he is campaigning today, we talked about this on the program a couple of weeks ago. minnesota, iowa, illinois. he is in these rural areas of the country. it's largely white america, small town america. and the president campaigns all blue states last time, illinois is his home state. probably keep this one blue. these ones you would probably have to be a little questionable, especially iowa has been a swing state. 2008 he splits the white vote. 2011 a new pugh center study shows 52% to 39% for the republicans. that what this bus tour is about? trying to reconnect with white voters in small-town rural america? >> well, first off, john, he is not out there campaigning. he is out there as president. this is an official trip. i think it's important that he is out of washington. he'll be a better president the more time he spends outside of that city. i think it's great that he is ou
belcher, steve hildebrand. steve, good to have you back. we'll see you again as the day. a lot of contrast. hope to see you back here tomorrow. piers morgan tonight starts right now. >> tonight, dark horse of the gop. >> the whole works is done much better without the federal government down on our back and in our wallets. it's time restored freedom to america. >> he came in second in the iowa straw poll. and why he maybe the one to watch. >> remember this. >> i developed a relationship with a started as a dear, dear friend from argentina. >> that was a beginning of a long two years for mark sanford. disgrace, divorce and the end of a hope for any run for the white house. tonight inside of his private life today. >> given the last storm of my life, maybe some healing there for us. >>. mark sanford live tonight. >>> tonight the congressman has been called the intellectual godfather of the tea party. just barely to bachmann in the ames straw poll this weekend. joining me is ron paul. you are the most untalked about contender today after this weekend i can ever remember. you should be getting
crystal's act? billy crystal, he's the best at billy crystal. steve martin is the best at steve martin. >> i went to the emmys when you were the host, and what they really want is they don't want it to ever feel uncomfortable or nasty. and your genius that day is you were coming out with lots of stuff, just knifing people, but it all felt so warm and celebratory, that everyone felt they could laugh. >> yeah. >> that's your trademark, i think, isn't it? >> i think that's my thing. i don't like to kick people when they're down. i like to kick people when you're up. i'll take care of you until you're up again. then i'll take a shot. if you're in on the joke, i know everybody can take a good joke, if you're in on it, then why not do that. that's the fun of it. i remember we had ted danson, i had to introduce ted danson, great guy, great sense of humor. i was, like -- they played the "cheers" theme. ♪ i go, ladies and gentlemen, wherever this guy goes, everyone knows his name, give it up for mr. tim dinson. he came out. he immediately got the joke. people are, like, what? tim dinson. the
, john hamm, steve martin -- >> john hamm isn't a real celebrity. >> biggest movie hearthrob. steve martin, loren michaels. is he as fun at a private dinner peter as i would hope he is? >> yes. he has moment where is he's kind of nutty then super intelligence and then funny. it was the full package. it was definitely a pinch myself moment. >> did you give him a lap dance? >> yes. and he gave me one and then it was 3:00 in the morning. >> jack nicholson last night, me tonight. >> you're in good company. >> bit of a brazen hussy, aren't you? >> yes. we were discussing in the world of social media what kind of photo could get out there that would get you in trouble. in my case, there's no such thing. there's nothing i could say that wouldn't frankly help my business. there's no photo that could be out there, i could be doing anything inappropriate with you or anyone you know and it would only boost sales. >> but you already have done. you've been seen on this show tonight lap dancing me. and straddling the desk to kiss me. >> but i'm still dressed. >> we're still on air miraculously. >
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